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Questions tagged [clothing]

What people used to wear for different occasions. This tag is more functional, on the other hand there is the [tag:fashion].

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Did medieval Europeans really walk around barefoot in winter?

Luaan posted a comment on a question, as follows (emphasis mine): Take an old-school shoe with no rubber, and you'll see that it's extremely slippery on wet surfaces - medieval Europeans went ...
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Is this a Qing costume and did it have a purpose?

According to this article, clothing during was very codified during the Qing dynasty. Is it reasonable to think this suit may be of Qing dynasty, and if so, what would have been its wearer status and ...
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The Appearance and Grooming Habits of men From the Founding Era

I am interested to learn about the appearance, and grooming habits of men from the founding era (also, Victorian era)? Were they feminine in their dress, and grooming practices (filing and buffing ...
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What kind of apparel did Carthaginians wear?

Did Carthaginians wear togas like the Romans did? Did they wear laurels? What kind of other clothing might they have worn? (If you're looking for a specific time period - around the beginning of the ...
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What was life like for Victorian linen weavers in Scotland?

I'm doing my family history and have found people who worked as linen weavers in Angus, Scotland. I'd like to know more about what life was like for them. Were linen weavers well-off? How much money ...
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What kinds of clothes were made at home by average medieval women and what kinds were bought?

I am aware that the medieval period is long and there may have been differences amongst countries. I don't know how much I must specify my question. So, if necessary to choose a time and place, please ...